All you have to do is get your hands on the new iPhone, even for a few minutes, and you’ll see for yourself what the truth is. All the negative propaganda in the world can’t hide the truth. Not even when the whole media picks up the meme and carries it on. Eventually, truth will out.
Picking up (no pun intended) from my last post, we’re exploring what you can do to turn a phone contact into a personal connection. I began working on this in response to a request from a regular blog reader. But the more I got into it, the more into it I got! I’m actually excited…
It’s a good day for me to write about persuasive phone skills. I have two new potential coaching clients waiting for callbacks, and a speaking gig prospect wanting a return call as well. I’m getting my head back into the communication zone, and I hope that this blog series helps you to do the same.
As I said in my previous post about telephone persuasion, there are 8 identifiable keys to making a connection over the phone. There not all necessary with everyone all the time, but a little of several of them can carry your persuasive signals a long way. If you’re after a positive response, let me help you make that connection. Today we’ll talk about timing and the value of a name.